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How can I report a Cell tower outage and loss of signal in 14025 zip code?

Loss of signal since Tues. 5/6/2014 in local area. 5-8 miles from home I can get a signal. No calls no text able to go out or come in.

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You need to contact your carrier and report your outage with them.
Carriers not only own towers, but they also rent them from third-party companies. You, trying to locate a specific tower to report could take days. You, contcting your carrier and letting them figure out what tower is down (if that's even the case) by the info you give to them, will probably take just a few hours to resolve, if that.

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